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By R.L. Stine | Comments: ( 722 ) | Date: ( Dec 14, 2019 )

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  • Title: The Baby-sitter #01
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590442367
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

R.L. Stine

Robert Lawrence Stine known as R L Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NYcmillan itsthefirstda

Comments The Baby-sitter #01

  • Shannon

    I found the books in this mini-series for cheap at Half Price and decided to read them now that I have all of them. This was just an 'ok' R.L. Stine book. It was creepy, but nowhere near the best I've read. I actually liked the cast of characters. Jenny was a fun main character and I liked how she was always so paranoid about things going on. It reminded me of myself, since I have an overactive imagination. The little boy Donny that she babysat was meh. He got on my nerves a bit and made me reme [...]

  • Tania (Real-Listen-Feel)

    3.5 stars Chronique à venir

  • Nessell Axtell

    The Babysitter, is about a young babysitter who discovers she is the next victim of a notorious babysitter attacker. The ending will shock you and leave you afraid to stay alone  It was a great book, so good I just couldn't put it down and wanting to know what happens next! I would definitely recommend it to girls that are a fan of thriller books. This book gets a bit scary at the end; impossible to guess, I wasn’t expecting it! If you read this book you might want to read The Babysitter 2 [...]

  • Lindsey

    I used to love these books and I was so excited to find this at a used book store and take a walk down memory lane. Unfortunately, all I could think was "who in the world can afford a babysitter twice a week?"

  • Elisabeth

    i could not put this book down. from begining to end it kept me hooked. i couldnt wait to see what would happen to the main characters. its as if their fears were my fears!

  • Louise

    3/5 Good short horror :)

  • Liliana

    Reviewed on Lili Lost in a BookThe Babysitter was a pretty good book, overall. I was a big fan of the classic premise—recent attack on babysitters OMG is Jenny next?!—and mystery of it all. I was also imagining Jenny babysitting on Fear Street, because that would just be the perfect setting for this! But alas, this is not a Fear Street book.I loved Jenny and her super overactive imagination! It was just so fun to be inside her head and see how her mind worked as she came up with all these in [...]

  • Kyley

    Read this during Halloween because I wanted something a little spooky! I was let down a little because I was expecting this to be a lot creepier than it was, but it was still a quick fun read!I didn't like the main character at all. She was really annoying and was kissing a guy that she thought could be her stalker Who does that??Nothing really happened until the last 25 pages and I didn't like the way it ended.I was thinking of giving it a lower rating but I didnt, due to the fact that I did en [...]

  • Zi Lin Li

    Scared to DeathThe Babysitter , 1989, pg 167, $5.99 R.L. Stine ISBN: 0439992494 Ever have you imagine being a babysitter could change your life? Not all babysitters are happy about their job. Jenny, a normal high school student, was accepted to a babysitting job. Jenny thought that babysitting was not hard, but she was wrong. It changed her life.The Babysitter, the name of this book, is written by R. L. Stine. R. L. Stine is one of the famous writers that wrote Goosebumps. His wr [...]

  • Stephanie

    Jenny Jeffers is a fifteen-year-old, who is interested in making some extra cash as a babysitter. She keeps a six-year-old named Donny Hagen from jumping into the fountain at the mall, and this catches the attention of his parents. Also, Donny becomes fond of Jenny, so they request that she babysits him. When she arrives at the house, she notices that there are only three houses in the neighborhood and the Hagens' house looks very old and creepy. To strengthen her fear, she hears disturbing news [...]

  • Hew France

    Not a bad like teen thriller. In a pre-Fear Street, pre-Goosebumps world, this was an interesting read. The only thing stopping it from being a 4 is the ending, which I felt was a bit rushed. It would have also had been nice if the reader were given now clues as to who the murder was earlier in the book. Nothing too obvious, just enough for the attentive to pick up on. Stine had this same problem in his newest Fear Street book, Party Games. Still, a fun, enjoyable read. Worth your time.

  • Sarah

    (Source: I own a copy of this book.)I haven’t read this book in years, but for some reason I felt like giving it a read. It wasn’t one of my favourites when I was younger, but I still had it!I liked the beginning of this book better than the end. It started out okay, and had a few creepy moments, but as it went on not enough happened and it started to drag.I didn’t guess who the killer was, but it wasn’t all that big of a surprise. Overall; an okay read, but it dragged.6 out of 10.

  • Gayle Noble

    Jenny takes a babysitting job on the other side of town. The actual job isn't bad, but when she starts receiving threatening telephone calls, Jenny wonders if the reported attacks on local babysitters are related. Not my favourite Point Horror book but it was OK. You actually remember how old these books actually are when they start mentioning Walkmans and watching videotapes.

  • Pamela

    I'm going to give this one four stars just because of nostalgia. R.L Stine does an effective job of creating a creepy atmosphere--a young girl babysitting in a rundown Victorian mansion on the other side of town with no neighbors, a precocious blond child who enjoys spooking his sitter, a neighbor that is skulking around the premises. This is an easy, quick read that would be good to introduce tweens to horror, as I was introduced long ago.

  • Antony Javier

    I found this book to be interested the crazy father,the really nice wife,the werid and fun child,the babysitter,and the very weird and silent neighbors,but I found this book to be interesting and quite boring here's why I think this and why I say this.This book is about the story of a teenager who goes to babysit a child named Donny Hagen who was the child of Mr and Mrs Hagen in the story they accept the babysitter which is Jenny who babysits Donny but there’s been news about someone going to [...]

  • Sati Marie Frost

    This is one of the books that I always think of as the flagship stories for Point Horror. It is perhaps the most famous of the PH titles. It's an odd book for me - in my head it's long and epic, and when I start reading I'm surprised at how quickly it goes by.Jenny's just started a new babysitting job, for an adorable, if overly mischievous, kid. The house is a creepy old mansion, but she adores the child. Then she starts getting phone calls - "Hi Babes. Are you all alone? Don't worry, company's [...]

  • Austa Knutson

    Jenny is a high-school girl who takes on a new baby-sitting job with the Hagens, a family who newly moved into the town. As she begins her regular biweekly care of mischievous six-year-old Donny, mysterious and unsettling things begin happening: she is the target of weird phone calls, creepy messages, and suspicious behaviors. Mr. Hagen is a high-strung father who has difficulty trusting her, the neighbor Willers seems to always be sneaking around the house at night, the new boy and potential lo [...]

  • Lisa

    You can tell this is early days for Stine! But it was suitably creepy.14 year old me would have died reading this on a stormy night.

  • Chelsea Gouin

    Re-Read. R.L Stine was a reading staple amongst my middle school friends, we just couldn't read them fast enough. Re-reading the Baby-Sitter wasn't a disappointment as I feared it would be. A bit outdated, it still had elements of creepiness and chills.Jenny has an active imagination and is more than a little paranoid. She lands a babysitting job after saving a little boy from jumping into a mall fountain. The family lives a long bus drive away in a creepy old house. To make things worse, there [...]

  • Kyra

    This book was a very good book, but in some parts seem to be a little sketchy. This is a horror book with a lot mystery and supisous behavior. Even though i enjoed this book a lot I wasn't to upset when it ended, but the ending was quite a surprize. This book takes place in mostly a scary house on the other side of her town. A fifteen year old girl named Jenny was trying to earn some money to help out her, and her mom. she meets a nice family at the mall when she catches a kid about to dive into [...]

  • Georgina Merry

    Admittedly, my first reading of this was as an adult. Perhaps as a teen I would have enjoyed it more. Jenny is not a particularly likeable character. It's clear that the intention is to make her appear demure but instead she comes across as superficial and morally weak. Kissing someone that you think is tormenting you in malicious mystery phone calls, to me, is bizarre. In terms of plot, the tension is built with a heavy reliance on Jenny crapping her pants at absolutely everything. This is all [...]

  • Aurora Dimitre

    This is my guilty pleasure type of read; young adult horror from the late 20th century, with dumb plot twists and everything, and honestly, there was no way I wasn't going to love this. Though there were a few things that made this a tiny bit more enjoyable than usual for me:1) Jenny was a super relatable main character.&2) Chuck wasadorableand such a weird guy, in a class clown kind of way, but also super shy, and that's honestly my actual type, so he was great. And, as always, it kept me g [...]

  • Michael

    Teenager Jenny Jeffers has just found herself a new job, a twice-a-week evening gig sitting for the Hagans after a chance encounter at the local mall. It's just what she needs: autumn's arrived, the weather's turning nasty so outdoor activities are pretty much out, and she can use the money she earns to help her mother with the bills. It doesn't hurt that little Donny is fun to be around and cute as a button."Hi, Babes."Not everything is ideal though. For one thing, the Hagans have just bought a [...]

  • BookWorm

    R. L. Stine is a great writer, he is also great at coming up with the most twisting and horrifying stories to read. That is why I love reading his books! If your a baby-sitter.ware.is story has lots of things they have to face while watching a child. jk SPOILER! Jenny accepts the hagens offer to baby sit their kid twice a week, but she get very scared when she started getting lots of strange calls and hearing weird noises throughout the house. after her friends come over one day, Mr. Hagen doesn [...]

  • Ashley

    I haven't read this book in YEARS but it was always one of my favorite R.L. Stine books. Back when I was a preteen, it genuinely creeped me out and I think in a ways stuck with me as I never ever earned cash as a teenage girl by babysitting. I don't remember every little thing that happened in this book, but I do remember that I enjoyed the hell out of it, more than once. This is one of those R.L Stine books that wasn't super childish to me and wasn't lacking in the creep factor. Pretty sure I w [...]

  • Marwan Asmar

    Keeps you on the edge, a bitty feeling that something is going to happen. Poor Jenny, the author never allowed her to enjoy her baby-sitting from beginning till the end, although she needed the extra money. There was also something creepy that leads to a very unexpected climax preceded by a series of chilling anti-climaxes involving the house, the little boy and the many who pops up in different places.

  • Emma Ruth

    There's nothing like a short thriller to pass the night away.It's been so long since I've re-read The Babysitter a few things actually surprised me. How much Jenny's screams annoy me for one. And a little more explanation would have been nice, but still a very enjoyable read. And maybe someday I'll read the sequels.

  • Kayleigh Offley

    I fancied delving into some books I enjoyed as a teen, which led me to the babysitter point horror series.I love these books from a nostalgic viewpoint, and as I can whizz through them in about an hour they are really quick and fun re-reads!

  • Cindy Boogie

    I liked this book when I was little, and I still do now, but not as much as I used to.

  • Naomi

    This book is really really scary. But it is an OK book!

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